Following the example of Jesus, the mission of Macon Outreach at Mulberry is to address physical and spiritual hunger, enhance human dignity, and offer hope for the future to disadvantaged people in Macon and surrounding communities.
In March 1971, a group of United Methodist Women responded to their changing community by creating a second floor clothing bank at Mulberry Street United Methodist Church. Macon Outreach at Mulberry mushroomed from that small mission project to a leadership role in Macon and middle Georgia.
As a composite approach to ministry, Macon Outreach offers both immediate assistance and long-term hope. Our basic emphasis remains in service to the hungry and those in need.
We draw from a broad base of donations and volunteer strength throughout middle Georgia. These resources are focused in two areas: Ministries of Service and Ministries of Support.
The services offered by Macon Outreach include: the Downtown Kitchen, Clothing Shop, grocery pantry, prison library, homeless prevention, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds, and work assistance.
The 37¢ Club members are supporting partners in reaching people in need. Through this ministry you can participate in all of the ministries of Macon Outreach. The total contribution for the year is $96.20, but all donations are welcome.
If you would like information on how to volunteer
with this ministry, please contact: